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is moved to canada. in syria today with a new casualty in the conflict. rebels launched another offensive to retake the largest city, aleppo, from government forces and today the fighting destroyed one of syria's historic treasures as aleppo's ancient market, or souk, went up in flames. the medieval marketplace a maze of passageways connecting shops once looked like this. the youngest prisoner and last westerner held at the u.s. military prison at dwaub was returned to his native canada today. omar khadr will sterve what is left of his sentence at a maximum security jail inon teario. the transfer deal was reached about a year ago, but canada's conservative government only acted today. in his decade behind bars at guatanamo, omar khadr was an unlikely poster boy for the war on terror. what has made his case so controversial is his age. he was only 15 years old when he was captured by u.s. forces in afghanistan. >> the time he was brought in, he was just a child. the u.s. did not treat him in the way that international law applies, and that's what really ising significant about this particu
are trying to bridge coast of those ethnic divide -- kosovo's and to divide. and green revolution -- canada's culture. the general wisdom is that renewable energy is the growth market of the future. it is well known that germany's leading the way in theector, investing billions ofuros in developing alternative sources of power, but in these times of crisis, some european countries, including spain, have all but pulled the plug on support for green energy. we visited a town that has lost the funding it used to get from the central government and with it, the few jobs that it had. the town mayor was so outraged that he put his life on the line in protest. >> madrid, 4:30 in the afternoon. he tak up his post outside the ministry of industry. he is 90 days into his thunderstrike and has already lost 25 kilos. he is visibly weak. three days ago, he was hospitalized. >> they admitted me because i had heart problems. because the body uses up its carbohydrate reserves first. then it's fatten and its protein reserves or muscle mass. and the heart is a muscle. >> but he was undeterred and returned to
to choose a real outsider for the job. canada. they have written a book called america, but better. they argue that canada leads the u.s. when it comes to quality of health care and education. we join them on one of their campaign stops. >> when you think of canada running for president? >> i am voting for obama. >> who would you choose next? maybe canada? just as america little time to kick back for a while. >> america but better, the as a video that would viral. >> it is canada, the country you pretend to be when you're traveling. >> is not a bad idea, of the canadian people running for president. dodge and don't go yet. i just save the man. you're welcome, america. you are welcome, france as well. >> who better to lead america that the country already leading america in so many ways? that is just what our hippies have accomplished. >> we like to tackle the big issues. or like to point to hypocrisies. we have a list of campaign promises. >> will provide health care taught hockey players first. free dental. >> sweetly. we will legalize it, tax is, and by american maps from china.
. >> the experiment will continue for another year-and-a-half. >>> canada's natural resources minister says his country will promote sales of liquefied natural gas to japan. joe oliver said in tokyo tuesday that canada will likely start natural gas exports to asia as early as in 2014. >> for japan they need a safe, reliable source of liquefied natural gas for decades to come. >> command for lng has been growing since the fukushima nuclear accident last year. almost all reactors in the country still remain offline creating potential needs for other sources of energy. canada is the world's third largest producer of natural gas. the country has been exporting its gas mainly to the united states but prices there have been falling recently. nato led forces have abandoned a centerpiece of the exit strategy from afghanistan at least for now. the afghan colleagues are militants dressed in afghan uniforms have killed 51 foreign soldier this is year. nato forces are halting joint patrols. >> reporter: the international forc announced on tuesday a major reduction in joint training and mentoring with afgha
's in about the state or both canada's what campaign today. yesterday was about foreign policy when president obama speaking at the united nations and both canada speaking at the clinton global initiative in the work. >>> a nuclear or ron would threaten the elimination of israel the secured of nations and the stability of the whole economy. >>> a lot of americans including myself are troubled by developments in the middle east. syria has witnessed the killing of tens of thousands of people. the president of the trip to visit a member of the brother of muslims. >>> he both canada its are expected to focus on the state of the comet. members of his own party have called for him to drop up after he made a controversial comments about rape. this debate was the final date for the tender this to remove your name from the ballot. >>> or ron and its nuclear program have been the spotlight at the assembly this week. what then hearly this week he reflecn his upcoming speech. >>> i have been coming to the united nations general assembly for eight years now seeking progress and friendly relations with all
of central canada, you have seen some frost watches through your overnight hours, but at least in canada here they're getting out there and enjoying autumn, especially out there in alberta. i want to show you here, basically end on a lighter note, is this corn maze out there in canada. that was created and is believed to have the largest qr code in the world. qr codes are actually scanned with a smartphone in directing the user to a website. the kra family, who runs the farm in alberta, they received a guinness world record certificate for the 29,000-square-meter maze. the family flew over it in a helicopter and held their smartphone out the window. this maze also includes qr codes on sides to give visitors hints about finding their way around. so really great way to get out there and enjoy their autumn there in central canada. here's a look at your extended forecast. ♪ >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in tokyo.
for the next eight to ten days, high pressure locks in the canada air flow. really pleasant weather and a locality of sun over much of the state. couple systems to talk about. this is leslie pushing over southeast canada. right over the shipping lanes, the maritime of canada and then michael that's a storm. this is going to push toward the north and a new system starting to pop now this is a depression right now but it could be nadine in the next 48 hours. all these system that we have been looking at on the models, not indicating any kind of threat to lower 48. that's good news. look at the forecast trend temperatures, into the 40s. 50 in town. tomorrow afternoon lots of sun. get in to the 70s. that's ing for around 50 in town tonight. clear, cool and crisp, tomorrow a beautiful afternoon. lots of sunshine. 77 degrees in the city. it'll be a struggle to get out of the up 60s. 82 by wednesday. nice warming trend. 84 on thursday. friday finish out at 82. maybe a few showers, back into the picture for sunday. around 77. we have tampa bay rays in town starting tuesday. the weather will
are asked this basic question. which canada is better prepared move the comedy -- the economy forward? overwhelmingly, they say president obama. think it will be about your account and your jobs, romney's swisst bank accounts. g to createhtin jobs, not democratic -- not democratic or republican cause. for red orghting blue states. i am fighting for the united states of america. [applause] i do not believe in just looking for businesses, workers, poor.esses, rich, or fou i will look out for everybody. >> i know you heard the president said something unusual this week. said, he said he cannot fix washington from the inside. that can only be done from the outside. we will give him a chance on november 6 to do that. [laughter] moreth canada's have a lot the biging to do before day. >> as the weekend got underway, romney delivered his much awaited 2011 income tax return show he paid about 14% in taxes last year. what impact, if any, will that have on the race? that started with a discussion earlier tonight. >> i think it plays into the narrative of mitt romney where campaign says he does u
be a leader. you mentioned you're from canada. i think it's kind of interesting that the u.s. in part because the democrats are so far to the left now, is really way to the left of just about everybody on earth. you know, we hear at the american enterprise institute are pretty conservative place, we brought in the swedish finance minister to talk about what they're doing in sweden which is so much more prudent than what we're doing in the u.s. and canada is another example. so i think the point is just that the ideas that governor romney is pushing are ideas that have been tested by such radicals as the swedes and canadians and been proven. >> you're just trying to butter me up. >> it's true, you know about the canadian success story and it was the liberals, i bet you have inside stories about this, the liberals in canada that cut the corporate tax rate. >> that's right. >> it was the liberals. >> kevin, you're warmed up. i'm warmed up. stick around. i want to ask you when we come back, and some others, are you better off than you were four years ago? >> actually worse than four years ago. >>
of sunny skies, across the u.s., and canada. northern mexico as well. strong high pressure here. but, there are some -- air yzre watch out for. central canada into the great lakes region. fairly wet along the atlantic coast. up into canada. severe with forecast for that atlantic coast. that's going to be moving out in the next 24 hours. so the should bea b a bit clear for you. notice snow up in western parts of quebec. in behind the cysystem to the east. strong gust. blast of cooler air will be coming in. that will be bringing temperatures down. chicago, wednesday, at 22. will fall done to 16 by middle . summer look in seattle. it will gradually start falling. still staying a little bit above average. okay, let's go down to europe. still wet, unstable across the north, scandinavia, seeing lots of wind, rain, and then storms, from finland, right down into, toward italy. now this storm is also -- bringing with it cold air in behind. that will be dropping temperatures down. berlin, today, looking for 16 degrees. that will fall to 14 thursday. vienna getting down as well to about 14. mea
17 billion euro. canada has severed diplomatic ties with iran. the former -- the foreign minister said iranian diplomats have of five days to leave canada and he slammed their stance on israel and syria. the foreign affairs chief also expressed concerns about iran. those comments coming during an informal eu meeting in cyprus. the german foreign minister saying that they're wanting to sanctions in response to the sanctions program. there is growing impatience among eu members over the lack of process after months of negotiations. how to get supplies of medicine and food to the people of syria, that was at the top of the agenda when the new head of the red cross met with the syrian president. >> they describe the talks as positive, but he says he was shocked by what he saw on the ground. >> these images are it should -- are showing fighting in aleppo. they have ousted people from different regions of the city. many are trapped. the world food program says the humanitarian situation is serious. the new president of the red cross met with bashar al-assaad. many people have died becau
is a disturbance up in canada. pennsylvania, new york state, they are closer to the disturbance of they will be able to bring those showers. the main rain has moved out to sea and we are in great shape. let's see what happened today temperature-wise. 79 was the high at the airport. 59 the lower earlier. by midnight, we will be close to that again. we should be in the upper 50's. 81 is a typical high. that is the target temperature of the next few days. the record today, 94 back in 1985. the box many 100's in anymore. the average low is 60. we're not going to be all but close to the record lows this week, but we are closer than we have been. on the boardwalk, 75. beautiful down there. park to an already downed 71. temperatures are beginning to fall off. frederick, 77. it really dry atmosphere. there is this area of high pressure that will be with us during the evening hours ending in. august has cleaned out. no storms nearby. there are some storms in the pacific northwest. this is a going away. again, this disturbance in canada will go away. tomorrow, that will t exist like it do
and structurally unsustainable with very little political will to deal with it. here in canada we look at the u.s. with amazement because -- >> who are these people? >> we went through this in the early '90s and took political action to put our fiscal health in order and obviously that is a bigger challenge in the united states were adding a trillion dollars in debt year after year -- though how does it unplayed? >> that could serve as a source of entertainment to the canadian community. >> how do you think the u.s. does play out? >> i think that is a big risk and the frustrating thing in the u.s. is that the core is so strong and so good. you know we have illegal immigration by the way the average -- no growth over five years which includes a downturn but basically it's a big economy in 2% on a big economy as a big number and i think it goes. but it's very -- these problems are self-inflicted to a great extent and it makes it all the more frustrating and it must be frustrating to watch last summer with the debt ceiling and save why don't you compromise and why don't you get this done? i would
of companies in the u.s. and for that matter, in europe. >> and in canada. >> canada as well. >> a 15 billion dollar deal, seeing one of the chinese owned oil companies, buying, trying to buy it outright. do you think it will go through? do you think it's very smart of the united states not to counter in-- against that takeover of resources in canada, because that's what it amounts to. >> yeah, i personally think it will go through and i think it's a mistake to counter it. there are obviously certain cases, well-documented, where chinese companies attempt to acquire american firms and there are national security issues that are raised through the process. this is not at that level and he think that you have to remember, lou, that-- >> why would it not be? why would it not be? >> i think from a national security point of view we're simply concerned with the transfer of technology that we have developed that is highly sensitive from a security point of view, natural resources. >> lou: and told me point blank first, that the chinese were most interested in u.s. technology above all other assets
as a decision our friend in canada took to close the embassy in tehran. embassy in tehran. we should have done that years ago. in two weeks time we are traveling again to the u.s. but then go back to ram with the race for the nuclear bomb. if iran becomes nuclear we are on the front lines. listen to what the people are saying. very clearly. we will wipe out israel. when the united states of america then we go after this sunday people, the christians to send you a message. you have to wake up many people think not in my backyard. if it is it is really is a year backyard. what is the connection between hezbollah and iran and venezuela? why do they work together and they fly a the slides from here to caracas? hatred of the shared values the american values of what you represent. this comes from our brand and will come to the shores of the united states. we will all remember the attack of 9/11. and to attack the towers of new york city, i can share with all due respect to our intelligence if al qaeda wanted to attack the towers but they chose to attack in the u.s. in washington d.c. to send a mess
of siberia and northern canada, which is tundra and ice was also a forest back then it. wasn't long ago this present ice age which we're actually still in now began 2.5 million years ago. antarctica began to freeze over 20 million years ago. but the arctic didn't freeze over until 2 1/2 million years ago. then the great ice sheets came down an covered all of canada into new york state. melissa: basically saying the temperature is always changing, fluctuating up and down over time? has nothing to do with humans? >> it didn't have anything to do with humans obviously through hundreds of millions of years. it is always fluctuating. there have been green house ages when the temperature remained warmer for hundreds of emphasis millions of arrest years for a long time. this one we're in now is 2.5 million years old. there is no reason to believe the ice age will end after this interglacial period we're in now. there may well be another glicial period. melissa: we still get wrapped up into the idea we're having impact on this. global warming has become a dirty word. there was recent study talk
on eye on it into thursday today. meanwhile heavy rain from the mid-atlantic up through eastern canada. we'll see a few thunderstorms in that, too, and pretty intense thunderstorms through the great lakes region into the lower mississippi valley. illinois and indiana looks like they get the worst of it today. we talk about damaging winds and the potential of hail as well. it's looking clear and calm and much cooler as well for example in vancouver. 24 degrees is not too bad, 20 in winnipeg but we have persistent heat in oklahoma city at 37. as for europe, things are fairly quiet through much of central europe and in towards the east, but there's a very persistent low over italy and sending storms through into the eastern/western balance kakans d say. thursday is still fairly stormy. to the north we have just a series of systems, lots of moisture coming in. there's a low sitting over iceland at the moment and another one. that's coming into northern portions of the british isles as well as canada nascandinavia. temperatures are going to be cooler to the north, 15 in stockholm and 18 in
too fast >>> the line of storms stretches from southeastern canada, knocking down trees and power lines in new york of the u.s. open tournament heavy rain is and strong winds delayed play late this afternoon officials to evacuate to the stadium suspending matches until tomorrow. >>> you can watch the u.s. open women's final on cbs 5 starting it one-thirty tomorrow afternoon. obama campaign trailed republican vice-presidential nominee paul ryan left the bay area with cash after a morning fund-raiser former 49er bret jones host to the a van at its danville home. he was taking photos with guests who donated $10,000 to his campaign. >>> he's great and very friendly to everybody does not put on airs, he was like the common person >>> it energize the base and he's the guy who can appeal to the reagan democrats as well as independence. >>> bryant then headed to google's bound you headquarters to host a video chat with campaign volunteers. he explained federal welfare programs need to be reformed. >>> doing it now we can't prevent a debt crisis like in europe if we stick with the same pl
-depth report of energy policy. >>> triumph turned to tragedy in canada following an election in the french-speaking province of quebec. a gunman opened fire during a victory speech by the leader of the separatist parti quebecois. the shooting happened as pq leader pauline marois was speaking. she had just won election as the premier. security whisked her from the stage. she wasn't hurt. police arrested a suspect. he reportedly shouted the english are waking up in french. quebec is unique in largely english-speaking canada. 80% of the province speaks french. >>> the columbian government says it will begin peace talks next month. the two sides have been in conflict for nearly half a century. columbian president said talks with the forces of columbia started in the first half of october. he said the two sides have been on official contact. he announced in february that it was halting kidnappings and ready to hold peace negotiations. the rebel group has been engaged in terrorist activities. it calls for narrowing the wealth gap but it has weakened as the government has been putting pressure on
week. already eastern canada has been dealing with heavy rain. this low and frontal system moving offshore at the moment. things will start to ease in eastern canada. but leftover will be that tail end of the front in the carolinas. and in north carolina, you could see the potential for flash flooding as well. some thunderstorms are going to turn a little bit severe from the central plains in towards the midwest today. tornadoes are not out of the question here. certainly damaging winds and hail can be expected. out to the west, it's going to be warm. we have a high of 30 degrees in seattle. but we're starting to see things cool down across the midsection. the upper midsection of the continent. 21 degrees in denver down to 24 in chicago. however, the very persistent heat will remain towards the south. oklahoma city, 37 degrees. and 37 in houston also. and just along this barrier, this border with the hotter and cooler air that we're going to see those most severe thunderstorms. all right. as we head on into europe, again, the north is looking very wet and wild. very windy in fact.
a long frontal line stretching from southern plains up toward canada. conditions are quite severe in and around texas as well as oklahoma. wet conditions will remain for the next few days. rainfall could be up to 100 millimeters. that's a lot for this region. flooding will be a major concern here. meanwhile cooler air coming from the north over the eastern half of the west in canada. temperatures are cooling down to 23 degrees in chicago. 19 degrees in toronto. we have frost advisories in place. temperatures may drop near or below freezing overnight. out toward the west very hot for this time of year. los angeles getting up to 36 degrees and to the north 25 in seattle and 20 degrees expected in vancouver on your friday. that's it for me now. here is your extended forecast around the dploeb. >>> our lead stories this hour, the japanese coast guard says six chinese ships entered japanese waters friday morning near islands in the east china sea. four of them remain in the area around the senkaku islands. they entered the area around 6:20 a.m. japan time. they passed about 22 kilomete
-open sooner. >>> some sticky fingers in canada. thieves in quebec, canada have made off with $30 million worth of maple syrup. the theft was discovered during a routine check of a storage warehouse. police say it looks like the thieves left the empty barrels and carried away the syrup and other containers. this was well thought out. the warehouse stored their reserve maple syrup, the stuff they use if they can't make enough. as much as 10,000 pounds may have been stolen. >> larry beil is here now. quite a performance by the a's. >> the a's were amazing. >> and they are not quite amazing. the stanford alum there. a new season with a new quarterback. the cardinals are sweating it out against san jose state. sports is next. >> this summer you made the abc7 sleep train campaign a huge success as a thank you to all of our facebook fans. $30,000 has been donated to the ticket to dream foundation and all of that money goes >>> good evening. stanford began life after luck. they don't have andrew anymore. they need old-fashioned luck and some grit to survive against san jose state. he is putting on the
smoothly it will re-open sooner. >>> some sticky fingers in canada. thieves in quebec, canada have made off with $30 million worth of maple syrup. the theft was discovered during a routine check of a storage warehouse. police say it looks like the thieves left the empty barrels and carried away the syrup and other containers. this was well thought out. the warehouse stored their reserve maple syrup, the stuff they use if they can't make enough. as much as 10,000 pounds may have been stolen. >> larry beil is here now. quite a performance by the a's. >> the a's were amazing. >> and they are not quite amazing. the stanford alum there. a new season with a new quarterback. the cardinals are sweating it out against san jose state. sports is next. >> this summer you made the abc7 sleep train campaign a huge success as a thank you to all of our facebook fans. $30,000 has been donated to the ticket to dream foundation and all of that money goes%xcÑwá >>> good eveningford stanford began life after luck. they don't have andrew anymore. they need old-fashioned luck tome grit to survive against san jo
-open sooner. >>> some fingers in canada. thieves in quebec, canada have made off with $30 million worth of maple syrup. the theft was discovered during a routine check of a storage warehouse. police say it looks like the thieves left the empty barrels and carried away the syrup and other containers. this was well thought out. the warehouse stored their reserve maple syrup, the stuff they use if they can't make enough. as much as 10,000 pounds may have been stolen. >> larry beil is here now. quite a performance by the a's. >> the a's were amazing. >> and they are not quite amazing. the stanford alum there. a new season with a new quarterback. the cardinals are sweating it out against san jose state. sports is next. >> this summer you made the abc7 sleep train campaign a huge success as a thank you to all of our facebook fans. $30,000 has been donated to the ticket to dream foundation and all of that money goes to help bay people really love snapshot from progressive, but don't just listen to me. listen to these happy progressive customers. i plugged in snapshot, and 30 days later, i was
on a trip to canada. what his family is saying tonight. >> ama: the new efforts to revent violence at tonight's 49ers game. >> alan: the final flight nor at the space shoutle endef -- endeavour. >> leigh: you can see the fog. it is back and, yeah, we're going to cool things down a little >> ama: a bay area family is asking for your help to find a missing man who may be disoriented. 69-year-old charles dowd, retired san francisco firefighter, was traveling to canada on board amtrak. he was last heard from in colorado on thursday and may have been seen in nebraska. he is under a doctor's care and needs medication. >> he is a character. my dad is a character. if people have seen him in nebraska, and in omaha, along the train route, feel like they would remember him, and the more we can get his picture and we also started a facebook page, find charlie dowd. i feel like if people see it, they'll remember him. >> ama: she is on her way to omaha right now. this is the facebook page. charlie dowd suffers from high blood pressure and is die -- diabetic. >> alan: tomorrow is the jars of the
is missing. the 69 year old got on an amtrak train to montreal, canada. on wednesday, but he was last seen friday in omaha, nebraska. the elderly man did seemed disoriented. >>da: his wife says she cannot believe her husband of 45 years suddenly disappeared on an amtrak train bound for montreal, canada and no one noticed. she says her husband has a serious medical condition and it desperately needs his medication. there was a sip francisco firefighter from 1971-1976. deere is a picture of him holding his two children. >> this is really out of the norm. >> he was trying to visit his kids in montreal. he is a diabetic. he takes medicine for that. he also have restless legs and he does not sleep. he is an insomniac. >> once he got on the train as is the space station family members say he checked in with them. >> family members say amtrak told them a thorough search was conducted in his cell phone was found in a sleeping car but there is no sign of the 69 year-old. his luggage also arrived at the chicago train station without him. >> the libyan government says they have arrested 50 peop
disappeared during a train trip to canada. the body of charlie dowd was found in nebraska. the san mateo man was traveling cross country to visit family when he vanished. amtrak officials believe he may have fallen from the train. his family is devastated, but they are grateful for the many prayers and support they received during their search. >>> a mu rine county man died in a bizarre climbing accident in utah. he lived in novato and he is a retired neurosurgeon at ucsf. he died on tuesday repelling down a canyon at zion national park. it was a trip on his bucket list. he ended up stuck upside down next to a water fall. he was caught in his repel line only 15 feet off the ground, and he couldn't free himself. his wife had to send it first. by the time park officials reached him, he was dead. >>> a grass fire is under investigation, and the fire burned about six acres and came dangerously close to some homes. the fire broke out near the boundary oak golf course near valley vista road. they managed to get it under control shortly after 4:30. nobody was hurt and it did not damage any struck t
francisco firefighter who disappeared during a train trip to canada. the body of charlie dowd was found in nebraska. the san mateo man was traveling cross country to visit family when he vanished. amtrak officials believe he may have fallen from the train. his family is devastated, but they are grateful for the many prayers and support they received during their search. >>> a mu rine county man died in a bizarre climbing accident in utah. he lived in novato and he is a retired neurosurgeon at ucsf. he died on tuesday repelling down a canyon at zion national park. it was a trip on his bucket list. he ended up stuck upside down next to a water fall. he was caught in his repel line only 15 feet off the ground, and he couldn't free himself. his wife had to send it first. by the time park officials reached him, he was dead. >>> a grass fire is under investigation, and the fire burned about six acres and came dangerously close to some homes. the fire broke out near the boundary oak golf course near valley vista road. they managed to get it under control shortly after 4:30. nobody was hurt and
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-0 a canada. mientras tanto que en lima, la seleccion de peru con argentina empaton 1-1. por cierto hay preocupacion en el campamento del dc united, porque su capitan dwayne de rosario se ha lesionado en panama con su seleccion de canada y maÑana sabremos la gravedad de la lesion. rapidamente les cuento que han terminado los partidos en el biesbol, los orioles derrotaron 9-2 a los rays de tampa bays y los nacionales vencieron 5-3 alos mets de nueva york, maÑana tendremos toda la ampliacion. hasta aqui los depoertes, buenas noches para todos. pausamos y al regresar... comienzan las celebraciones por el mes de la herencia hispana... finalizamos esta edicion informativa contandoles que dando inicio a las actividades del mes de la hispanidad se celebro la gala de la fundacion hispana por las artes... take sot jimmy smits el actor damian bichir obtuvo un reconocimiento especial por su protagonismo en la película "a better life" una vida mejor take sot demian bichir cambio que es posible por la masiva asistencia latina a los cines... take sot dolores huerta el mensaje hacia la comunidad h
some of the planes and the big fields you might have in canada, for example. if you're looking at other areas of technology, we could be in construction, it can be in filming, it can be strirmental monitoring, it's almost endless the sorts of applications, a real benefit and not intrusive and not invasive. >> endless possibilities, maybe, but as small light-weight drones get cheaper, serious questions are being asked about surveillance and privacy. >> who is protecting the public's civil liberties and privacy? with the huge increase in the amount of private companies and institutions able to use drones over our heads, who is going to stop people from watching us in our property and even our own homes? the civil aviation authority made it clear it's not within their -- they don't have the authority or resources to monitor what people are doing with drones. their remit is solely concerned with safety. >> and with drones costing a fraction of the price of helicopters, the worry is authorities will greatly extend the use of aerial surveillance. a small drone was used to film "clashes" last
will be filed against the author. >>> in canada, a gunman was arrested after allegedly firing shots that killed one person at a political victory rally. it happened at a separatist party in quebec returned to party after nine years. the party's leader will become the first woman premier of quebec. >>> and in brazil, a fire in a slum in sal pal lowe destroyed nearly 200 shanties leaving nearly a thousand people homeless. four people were burned, but there were no deaths. >>> a federal judge in massachusetts has ruled that state prison officials must pay for a transgender inmate's sex change surgery. the decision says the operation, which could cost $20,000 of taxpayers' money, is the only way to treat her, quote, serious medical need. >>> students around the world can enter a contest to name an astroid that could one day destroy the earth. the astroid is the target of a 2016 nasa mission and it's given one chance in over a thousand of hitting the planet, perhaps in the year 2182. good thing we won't be around. >>> and now here's an early look at how wall street's going to kick off the day. the d
. marois is the political leader of the quebec separatists who for years aimed to secede from canada. the firing started after marois started speaking in english, something rarely done. after the shooter was arrested. marois returned to the stage and calmly asked her supporters to leave peacefully. >> i want to tell you from the bottom of my heart, thank you for being there with me tonight. thank you. >> reporter: for cbs this morning, terrell brown, new york. >>> political violence is extremely rare in canada. murder levels are about one- third of what they are here in the until. >>> seven people are nursing injuries that they received in a boating accident. dramatic video shows that the boaters were knocked to the floor after vessel when it hit a large wake. it happened on the lake of the ozarks in missouri. everybody on the boat was knocked off their feet. five people had to be taken to a nearby hospital and several had broken bones. >>> a massachusetts man is being hailed as a hero after saving an elderly man who drove into a pool. tom sheflo drove into the pool -- he actually do
. por la concacaf, la seleccion de panama ya esta en toronto para su compromiso contra canada, de eso nos habla el viernes por la concacaf, cuba recibe a honduras, jamaica a estados unidos, el salvador a guyana, guatemala a antigua y barbuda, costa rica a mexico y canada a panama. por la conmebol, colombia recibe a uruguay, ecuador a bolivia, arentina a paraguay y peru a venezuela. hasta aqui los dpeortes. conozca a un joven salvadoreÑo que a traves de la literatura expresa su talento... finalizamos esta edicion con un talento local, se trata de un joven escritor salvadoreÑo que nos invita a viajar al mundo de la ficcion y la fantasia a traves de sus libros... comenzó a escribir a sus doce años... take sot1 pobreza que le sirvió como impulso, jamás como obstáculo... take sot 2 una lucha que consiste en trabajo arduo, mientras busca un espacio para desarrollar su talento como escritor... take sot 3 un sueño que se ha materializado con la publicación de tres libros... take sot 4 su segunda obra es un drama oscuro titulado mala y modesta take sot 5 su más reciente libro tiene u
but trouble is brewing over central canada. time the arrival for storms coming up next news at six. . >>> you have been outside. i don't have to tell you know its getting cooler darker. it's the time of year when you are probably not thinking about taking a trip to the beach but maybe you should be. karen has everything you know about how to fall -- find a fall get away on a budget. >> reporter: it's not the most popular time for a vacation but fall can be a great time for a get away on a budget. >> after labor day weekend but before the thanksgiving holiday when the the crowds are at a minimum but the temperatures still mild and hotels looking to fill their rooms, travelers can take advantage of great deals orlando to las vegas. >> reporter: in addition to big travel locations the experts say the caribbean can be a fall bargin. a get away can fit into a budget. >> places like charleston south carolina, all the busy east coast towns, am the way up to martha's vineyard. they aren't going to see the crowds because it's not 840s and 90s. >> reporter: for big cities like new york and -- hotels
, a size of canada and texas combine sd now gone. as one expert put it, we're in unchartered territory. here it is again from satellite imagery and the warming that you see could mean more extreme weather, including a particularly ferocious winter, the scientists say in the northern plains and northeast of the united states. >>> and we were struck tonight by new celebrities everyone sending this one to their friends. absolutely fascinated they were by a tiny, tiny caterpillar and here they are. two endangered gorilla with a guest in their cage in canada. there it goes crawling up their barrier. there they are studying it. so close they almost kissed it. another one nudging in, rushing back to keep the view all to themselves. it's a kind of love, all requited. >>> coming up the professor why she thinks this tiny explosive document is a clue in an ancient debate? did jesus have a wife? i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst
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